Corporate Manslaughter – Why do you need to know about this?

Had another interesting conversation with a client today, which has prompted me to post this article.  As a firm of accountants, we also provide HR through our specialist in-house team and the topic talked about today was Corporate Manslaughter. The client didn’t know the rules; do
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Payroll penalties

HMRC has sent about 12,500 penalty letters in error to employers who had filed their payroll returns for 2013 to 2014. The Revenue said nearly 10% of penalty letters sent were to employers who had filed their PAYE information for the tax year ending 5 April 2014 because its computer s
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National Minimum Wage

Employers who failed to pay NMW named Twenty five employers who failed to pay their employees the National Minimum Wage (NMW) have been named. According to the press release the employers owed workers more than £43,000 in arrears and in addition have incurred financial penalties tota
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Real Time Information (RTI)

The whole system for collection tax and National Insurance for workers in the UK is changing. Every single employer will be affected by the change. Here is a brief document outlining the changes. Real Time Information (RTI)
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How to Avoid Employment Tribunal Claims

How to avoid employment tribunal claims  In an already difficult economy, employers face substantial costs in trying to deal with employee conflict and actual and threatened claims.  Employment tribunal statistics for 2011-12 show that of the 186,300 claims brought last year, the va
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Three Important Payroll News Topics

There are three important pieces of payroll news we are talking about today.  The first is the new national minimum wage.  From 1st October 2012 the NMW is; the main adult rate (for workers 21 and over) will increase by 11p to £6.19 an hour the rate for 18-20 year olds will remain
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